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Introducing Reality Check


Empowering the next generation to live with intention and love with integrity.

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Introducing Reality Check


Empowering the next generation to live with intention and love with integrity.

We spark honest conversations about self-worth, sex, and relationships.

Reality Check engages youth to think critically and pursue relationships focused on mutual respect – free of social and sexual pressures.

Reality Check values the important role of parents and educators, equipping them to engage in the conversation.

Reality means creating empathy.

So that we can show that we really understand, care, and can speak each other's language.

Reality means being               informed.

So that parents and educators can better act as guides and mentors.

Reality means changing the conversation.

So that the discussion becomes less about do’s and don'ts and more about encouraging youth to seek healthy, uplifting relationships.

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Learn. Engage. Thrive.


Parents and educators, come join the conversation, so you can effectively participate in the conversation youth are having.

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Learn. Engage. Thrive.


Parents and educators, come join the conversation, so you can effectively participate in the conversation youth are having.

Since 2003, Reality Check has impacted tens of thousands of youth, parents, and educators across the U.S. and abroad.

Parents and educators, guiding our youth and young adults through their life choices and relationships can be hard. Sometimes it’s easier to avoid or mandate than it is to initiate open conversations on topics like sex, dating, and self-esteem. But, we have found that adults who empathetically engage on these issues can effectively help young people make wise choices and build confidence-- helping them grow into thriving adults. 

 

Reality Check works with parents, educators, teens and young adults to have in-depth conversations and make life-enhancing choices. We teach through data and stories. We share experiences, perspectives, and needs. We inform, guide, and challenge one another to each step of the way. 

 

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Time to start talking.


Relationships. Self-image. Sex. Choices. Teen pregnancy. STDs. It’s time to start talking about, you know, the hard stuff. Don’t be shy; let's jump in together.

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Time to start talking.


Relationships. Self-image. Sex. Choices. Teen pregnancy. STDs. It’s time to start talking about, you know, the hard stuff. Don’t be shy; let's jump in together.

Why?

Youth consistently express that parents—not peers, not partners, not popular culture—most influence their beliefs and decisions about relationships and sex. And educators, youth identities are undoubtedly being shaped by you, but finding the best approach on these important topics can be challenging.

Come see and hear firsthand how we’re impacting lives.

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Meet the team


We are a diverse team of speakers, volunteers, and staff.

We laugh. We cry. We dream. We even sing sometimes. We believe in the power of healthy relationships and strive to be positive role models.  

 LEARN MORE ABOUT THE TEAM→

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Meet the team


We are a diverse team of speakers, volunteers, and staff.

We laugh. We cry. We dream. We even sing sometimes. We believe in the power of healthy relationships and strive to be positive role models.  

 LEARN MORE ABOUT THE TEAM→